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On Identifying Samni in Dongui-Bogam as Joksamni(ST36) or Susamni(LI10) (동의보감 속 "삼리"의 '족삼리'·'수삼리' 여부 판별)

  • Kim, Jaehyun;Chu, Hongmin;Kang, Yeonseok
    • Korean Journal of Acupuncture
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    • v.33 no.4
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    • pp.166-175
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    • 2016
  • Objectives : This article examines whether 'Samni', which appears 62 times in Dongui-Bogam: Treasured Mirror of Eastern Medicine, means Joksamni(ST36) or Susamni(LI10). Methods : After searching the sentences which include 'Samni' in Dongui-Bogam using Medical Classics Database, we checked the original reference of them to find clues to identification of Samni. As for the statements not identified by the original reference nor by Dongui-Bogam, we judged the meaning of Samni by comparing diseases of the statements with those of Joksamni or Susamni's treatment area. Acupoints used together with Samni were also taken into account. Results : Out of 52 statements, Samni in 25 statements turned out to be Joksamni after tracing the reference; 6 statements mention stomach, and 4 statements treat Samni as an acupoint of stomach meridian; in 12 statements, diseases belong to Joksamni's treatment area. Samni of the remaining 5 statements also seem to be Joksamni since the diseases of the statements are similar to those of Joksamni. It implies that Joksamni's treatment area has expanded over time. Conclusions : All Samni in Dongui-Bogam is Joksamni.

A Comparative Study on the Herb Network of Prescriptions in the Dongui-Bogam Wind Chapter (동의보감 풍문 내 중풍증과 비병증, 역절풍증, 파상풍증 처방의 본초 조합 네트워크 비교)

  • Chu, Hong-min;Kim, Chul-hyun;Moon, Yeon-ju;Sung, Kang-keyng;Lee, Sang-kwan
    • The Journal of Internal Korean Medicine
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    • v.38 no.6
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    • pp.1007-1020
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    • 2017
  • Objectives: This study was carried out to investigate whether a prescription's composition varies according to the disease being caused by wind, which is one of the migratory pathogenic factors. Methods: An initial database and binary matrix of Pungmun in Dongui-Bogam, including its herbs and prescription, was constructed. With this data, a network map about wind stroke, arthralgia, acute arthritis, and tetanus in Dongui-Bogam was constructed. Results: Analysis of the network map about Pungmun in Dongui-Bogam revealed that the complete prescription network has more isolated nodes than does each disease's network map. Conclusions: The composition of prescriptions in Dongui-Bogam Pungmun differ according to the disease being caused by wind.

A Study on Analysis all Prescriptions of Consumptive part in DonguiBogam (동의보감(東醫寶鑑) 허노문(虛勞門) 처방(處方)의 방제(方劑) 분석(分析)에 대한 고찰(考察))

  • Lee, Ju-Hee;Yun, Hen-Ja;Yun, Young-Gab
    • Herbal Formula Science
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    • v.20 no.1
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    • pp.101-121
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    • 2012
  • Objectives : As the understand about historical consumptive part through studying prescriptions in DonguiBogam, we would like to study some modern geriatric and chronic diseases. Methods : We analyzed application frequency of basic prescriptions, symptoms of prescriptions and the pathology analysis against historical comsumptive in DonguiBogam. Results : Through investigation into application frequency of basic prescriptions, symptoms of prescriptions, and two way analysis of Qi blood(yin yang) pathologies and viscera and bowels pathologies, we were able to found mostly used basic prescription, common symptoms, and separate some characteristics pathologies. Conclusions : We expected that this study will can help to give rationale for future study of consumptive caring.

A Study on Analysis all Prescriptions of Consumptive part in Dongui Bogam (동의보감(東醫寶鑑) 허로문(虛勞門) 처방(處方)의 방제(方劑) 분석(分析)에 대한 연구)

  • Lee, Ju Hee;Kim, Ae Wha;Lim, Kyu Sang;Yun, Yong Gab
    • Herbal Formula Science
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    • v.25 no.2
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    • pp.303-324
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    • 2017
  • Objectives : Consumptive is an unhealthy condition that are caused by lack of blood and essence, and that means also some stages of chronic diseases. The purpose of this study is to analysis 108 Prescriptions of Consumptive part in Dongui Bogam. Methods : The 108 Prescriptions of Consumptive part in Dongui Bogam analysed frequency of basic prescriptions, symptoms of prescriptions and the pathology. Results : Ssangbohwan, Yiuihwan, Gamrihwan were used for tonifying were mostly used as basic prescriptions in whole Consumptive part respectively. There are common symptoms in consumptive part in Dongui Bogam. That symptoms are "tidal fever, night sweating, nocturnal emission, cough, sputum, skinny body, weak pulse, spontaneous sweating, deafness, dim vision and tuberculosis". Qi blood(yin yang) pathologies in prescriptions on consumptive part are "yin deficiency, yin deficiency with effulgent fire, yang qi deficiency, dual damage of qi and blood, non-interaction between fire and water, collapse of yang and exhaustion of yin, less blood". viscera and bowels pathologies in prescriptions on consumptive part are "heart and kidney deficiency, spleen-stomach weakness, spleen and kidney great deficiency, weakness of kidney qi, meridian waste in heart, spleen and kidney, damage in heart and lung". Conclusions : As a result of Study on Analysis all Prescriptions of Consumptive part in Dongui Bogam, We can understand more about basic prescriptions, symptoms of prescriptions and the pathology that are using for curing consumptive. We expected that this study will can help to give rationale for future study of consumptive caring.

A Study on the Medical Reference Books Used in the Medical Compilations of the Joseon Dynasty (조선조 의학유서 편찬에 사용된 참고의서 고찰)

  • Ahn, Sang-Woo
    • The Journal of Korean Medical History
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    • v.33 no.2
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    • pp.105-127
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    • 2020
  • The three major medical compilations of the Joseon Dynasty, Hyangyak-jipseongbang, Uibang-yuchwi, and Dongui-bogam, directly cited a total of 376 kinds of medical books. Among them, 11 medical books were commonly referred: Gyeongheom-yangbang, Deukyobang, Saminbang, Seonmyeongnon, Seongje-chongnok, Seonghyebang, Eoui-chwaryo, Yeongnyu-geombang, Wisaeng-bogam, Cheongeumbang, and Tangaek-boncho. Most of them were medical classics and formularies representing the period from the Song to the early Ming Dynasties, which most likely influenced the establishment of Joseon's medical tradition throughout the Joseon Dynasty. The reason why the majority of the medical reference books was formularies seems to be that prescription practices and the use of medicinals value knowledge with accumulated experience over a long period, whereas medical ideas and doctrines change with time. Besides, except for Eoui-chwaryo compiled in the Goryeo Dynasty, the three significant compilations referred to Chinese medical books, which indicates that the compilers made efforts to accommodate the newly introduced foreign knowledge. At the same time, the former compilations, Hyangyak-jipseongbang and Uibang-yuchwi, later appeared as primary references in Dongui-bogam's Medical Formularies of Successive Generations. However, in order to avoid overlapping the same contents, the compilers tried to form a differentiated version by extracting only the unique contents.

A Study on Auspicious Days for Acupuncture in Chosun Dynasty (침구택일법(鍼灸擇日法)이 수록된 조선의서와 "승정원일기(承政院日記)" 사례 연구)

  • Hong, Sae-Young;Kim, Hong-Gyun
    • Korean Journal of Oriental Medicine
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    • v.15 no.2
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    • pp.63-78
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    • 2009
  • Choosing an auspicious day originated from cosmobiological concepts which were prevalent in traditional society. This method was devised to minimize the damage and maximize the effect of acupuncture and moxibustion. It is found in most of Asian traditional medicine and still regarded as important in Tibet. In Korea, historical records show that various rules were applied to make certain pills, enhance physical condition, avoid illness and to get medical care. Strict rules were also applied to avoid inauspicious days when using acupuncture and moxibustion. But this tradition lost chance of proper evaluation due to involuntary and rapid westernization. Chimgutaekilpyonjip was published in early Chosun dynasty collecting almost all existing methods from the Huangdineijing to Sung-Chin-Yuan medicine. DonguiBogam Yirimchalyo and Chimgukyunghumbang succeeded these methods in separate ways. But they are similar at particular points. In many clinical cases of Seungjeongwonilgi, most methods written in DonguiBogam were used to choose auspicious days, In this study, the characteristic of Chimgutaekilpyonjip and other medical texts of Chosun are compared by analyzing the contents regarding choosing an auspicious day. Secondly, clinical records of Seungjeongwonilgi are examined to assess their practical use. Studying and evaluating the past theories could help accelerate the procedure of setting a proper standard in our times.

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Analysis of Examples of Treating Ganwul[stagnation of liver qi] in 『WooJam JabJeo(愚岑雜著)』 (경험의안(經驗醫案) 『우잠잡저(愚岑雜著)』의 간울(肝鬱) 치험례(治驗例))

  • Park, Sang-Young;Oh, Jun-Ho;Kwon, Oh-Min;Ahn, Sang-Young;Ahn, Sang-Woo
    • The Journal of Korean Medical History
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    • v.25 no.1
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    • pp.53-60
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    • 2012
  • In recent times, a medical book called "WooJam JabJeo" has been published in complete Korean version. Not a few cases where the vivid appearance of the place for medical treatment are included intact in this medical book. This study is attempting to analyze one symptom of a disease by choosing it among the diseases our ancient sages treated in the light of the fact that there are only a few models which are applied to today's clinical treatment by our ancient sages appearance of medical service. This study believes that such an analysis of ancient medicine could be a part of the efforts to increase the applicable models to today's clinical treatment one by one. This paper is aimed at introducing and analyzing the three cases of Ganwul which are found in "WooJam JabJeo". It's because this study thinks that Ganwul is a symptom over which oriental medicine can not only establish dominance over western medicine it its diagnosis and prescription but Ganwul will also have high applicability to today's clinical treatment. Through this research, this study was able to perceive that the author. Jang, Tae-kyeong of "WooJam JabJeo" had vast knowledge of medical theories, especially in author's understanding diseases and composing prescription based on "Donguibogam". Up to the present time, domestic medical circles have understood the emergence of "Jejungshinpyeon(濟衆新編)"(1799) or "Bangyakhappyeon(方藥合編)"(1885) as an outlining work at most for overcoming such a limit of "DonguiBogam" superficially. However, by looking into Jang Tae-kyeong's understanding of "Dongui Bogam". this study was able to know the fact that the emergence of such medical books was possible because the medical knowledge included in "Dongui Bogam" was fully understood and digested in society of the Josen Dynasty. Conclusively, such a fact reminds us that it serves as a momentum to confirm once more that "Dongui Bogam" could be a good model for even today's clinical treatment.

A Study on Chief Lung-Disorder Diseases of Yeong-Chu Gyeong-maek Chapter (${\ulcorner}$靈樞 經脈編${\Ircorner}$) and Dongui-Bogam (${\ulcorner}$東醫寶鑑${\Ircorner}$) on the Relationship of Sasang Constitutional Diseases ("영추(靈樞).경맥편(經脈編)${\Ircorner}$ 및 주요 폐병증(肺病證)과 사상체질병증(四象體質病證)의 비교.고찰)

  • Kim, Oh-Young;Kim, Il-Hwan;Park, Hye-Sun;Kim, Hyo-Soo;Cho, Jae-Seung;Yim, Chi-Hye
    • Journal of Sasang Constitutional Medicine
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    • v.18 no.2
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    • pp.1-14
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    • 2006
  • 1. Objectives This study is purposed to classify deficiency syndrome(虛證) and Excess syndrome(實證) of chief lung-disorder diseases. 2. Methods It was researched on the comparative and literal study about the relation to Yeong-Chu Gyeong-maek Chapter (${\ulcorner}$靈樞 經脈編${\Ircorner}$) and Dongui-Bogam (${\ulcorner}$東醫寶鑑${\Ircorner}$) and Dongui-Susebowon (${\ulcorner}$東醫壽世保元${\Ircorner}$) in chief lung-disorder symptoms or diseases. 3. Results and Conclusions (1) The chief lung-disorder diseases of Yeong-Chu Gyeong-maek Chapter (${\ulcorner}$靈樞 經脈編${\Ircorner}$), Dongui-Bogam (${\ulcorner}$東醫寶鑑${\Ircorner}$) and Dongui-Susebowon (${\ulcorner}$東醫壽世保元${\Ircorner}$) are asthma(喘), coughing(咳), fullness in the chest(胸滿), sweating symptoms(汗出), cold-heat symptoms(寒熱), dysphoria(煩躁) and sneezing. (2) Asthma symptom(喘) was shown to Soeumin's 4 exterior deficiency diseases, Taeumin's 1 exterior deficiency disease and 1 interior excess disease, and Soyangin's 1 interior excess disease. (3) Coughing symptom(咳) was shown to Soeumin's 1 extrerior deficiency disease and Taeumin's 1 interior excess disease. (4) Fullness in the chest(胸滿) was shown co Soyangin's 4 exterior excess diseases. (5) Sweating symptoms(汗出) was shown to Soeumin's 10 exterior deficiency diseases, Taeumins's 1 exterior deficiency disease, and Soyangin's 1 exterior defecieny disease. (6) Cold-heat symptoms(寒熱) was shown to Soyangin's 4 exterior excess diseases. (7) Dysphoria(煩躁) was shown co Soeumin's 1 exterior deficiency disease and 8 interior deficiency diseases, Taeumin's 1 interior excess disease, and Soyangin's 4 exterior excess and interior excess diseases. (8) Sneezing symptom was shown to Taeumin's 1 exterior excess disease.

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The Achievements and Problems of Computerization of Korean Medical Classics, Donguibogam - Focusing on the mobile Application 'The Donguibogam in My Hand' - (동의보감 전산화 성과와 한의학 고문헌 전산화의 과제 - 모바일 어플리케이션 '내손안에 동의보감'을 중심으로 -)

  • Oh, Junho
    • The Journal of Korean Medical History
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    • v.28 no.1
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    • pp.111-119
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    • 2015
  • Objectives : The Dongui Bogam in My Hand', which is an output of computerizing Donguibogam (Principles and Practice of Eastern Medicine), is an interim outcome of the research project led by the Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine. This study examined the process in which Donguibogam, a record in Chinese and a classic of Oriental medicine, expanded into a modern content. Methods : This study will classify the modernization of Donguibogam into three 'contents' that form Donguibogam, 'container' that will hold the contents, and 'community' that is the consumer of Donguibogam. Towards the end, this study will sketch out the status of computerizing Chinese records in Korea, and point out the reality faced by computerization of ancient documents on Oriental medicine as well as the direction for the future. Results : 'The Dongui Bogam in My Hand' has been downloaded more than 10,000 times for 4 months since it releases in August 2014, and is used for at least 6,000 times on average every month. This achievement can be due to the two following reasons. First, the application contains high-quality contents such as the original text of Donguibogam as well as Korean and English translations. Second, it satisfied the needs of Donguibogam users with (1) the Browse function that well displays the table of contents, (2) the Search function that separates the title from the main text, and (3) the Personalization function designed to link and share relevant knowledge. Conclusions : Computerization of Chinese records was triggered by the request of the academia, but it was accelerated after being selected as a public laboring project to overcome the IMF crisis. However, computerization of ancient documents is not a simple task but a field of study to modernize classical knowledge. The success or failure of computerization of Chinese records is determined by whether high-quality modern 'contents' are secured, whether the 'container' design adequately implements the search, browse and link functions, and how well it fulfills the needs of the consumer 'community'.

Effects of 14 Chung-bu Medicinal Materials Described in the Dongui Bogam on Inflammatory Cytokines Production in HaCaT Keratinocytes (피부각질형성세포에서 동의보감 충부약재 14 종이 염증성 사이토카인 생성에 미치는 영향)

  • Park, Gunhyuk;Moon, Byeong Cheol;Lim, Hye-Sun
    • Journal of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists of Korea
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    • v.46 no.2
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    • pp.195-204
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    • 2020
  • The purpose of this study was to investigate the effects of 14 Chung-bu medicinal materials described in the Dongui Bogam on inflammatory cytokine production in HaCaT human keratinocyte cells. In order to confirm this possibility, we screened inhibition activity of 17 cytokines using Bio-Plex ProTM Human Cytokine 17-plex assay in HaCaT cell lines. Of the 14 Chung-bu medicinal materials, Holotrichia (Ho) and Scorpio (Sc) exerted inhibitory effects on interleukin (IL)-5 production; Ho, Mantidis Ootheca (MO), and Hirudo (Hi) exerted inhibitory effects on IL-6 production; Ho, MO, Lumbricus (Lu), Hi, and Meretricis Concha (MC) showed significant inhibitory effects on IL-8 production; Gecko (Ge), Bombycis Faeces (BF), Cicadidae Periostracum (CP), and MC showed significant inhibitory effects on IL-13 production; and Testudinis Chinemis Plastrum et Carapax (TCPC), BF, and Lu exerted significant inhibitory effects on MIP-1β production. Results indicated that the Chung-bu medicinal materials might be a good candicate as potential anti-inflammatory agents for inhibition of skin inflammation. However, further investigations on these materials, including mechanistic studies, should be carried out to validated the effects in human skin equivalent models of dermatitis.